- Department of Health, Public Health England, and Health Education England
- Part of:
- Workforce planning for health, public health and social care
- 1 December 2013
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
A report looking into creating more integrated services to meet the needs of people using services and local communities.
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Integration offers important potential benefits including:
- better outcomes for people who use services
- more efficient use of existing resources
- improved access to health, social care and support services.
The paper identifies 3 steps for workforce leaders to promote integration from a workforce perspective:
- be clear about the local integration agenda, including the various routes to integration
- address the integrated workforce management challenge to ensure the right people with the right skills and behaviour are in place to deliver integrated services around individuals’ needs.
- implement successful workforce change by addressing a range of operational and strategic questions by taking an inclusive approach.
Published: 1 December 2013